2019 PHILADELPHIA POTTERS
URBAN STUDIO TOUR
Friday, April 26 /Artists Tour & Opening Night Event 6-8pm
Saturday, April 27 / 10am to 6pm
Sunday, April 28 / 11am to 5pm
*Event hours may change slightly
The Philadelphia Potters are
Naomi Cleary, Michael Connelly, Ryan Greenheck, Hiroe Hanazono, Daniel Ricardo Teran, Roberta Massuch, Neil Patterson & Sandi Pierantozzi.
THE TOUR IS COMPRISED OF 5 VENUES
Ryan Greenheck, Bryan Hopkins, Adero Willard, Sang Joon Park, Andrea Denniston
2019 N. 33rd Street
Philadelphia, PA 19121
Bailey Street Arts Corridor.
Michael Connelly, Roberta Massuch, Rebecca Chappell, Gwendolyn Yoppolo
1525 N. Bailey Street
Philadelphia, PA 19121
Stenton Guild Arts.
Naomi Cleary, Daniel Ricardo Teran, Brad Johnson, Bernadette Curran, Stefani Threet
4732 Stenton Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19144
Hiroe Hanazono, Doug Peltzman, Birdie Boone
2216 Frankford Ave Philadelphia, PA 19125.
“Young Guns and Geezers”
Neil Patterson, Sandi Pierantozzi, Lisa Naples, Royce Yoder, Adam Ledford, Sasha Barrett, Jessica Hans, Nathan Willever
2034 Fairmount Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19130
Pottery Sale and Demonstrations
Hosted by Standard Ceramics Supply Company
Friday June 7, 5pm Opening Night Reception
Saturday, June 8, 10am-6pm
Sunday, June 9, 11am-5pm
Joseph Delphia (PA)
Jenna Vandenbrink (PA)
Keith Hershberger (PA)
Reiko Yamamoto (PA)
Jen Allen (WV)
Bryan Hopkins (NY)
Doug Peltzman (NY)
Nicole Aquillano (MA)
Justin Rothshank (IN)
Will Swanson (MN)
Ani Kasten (MO)
Jenny Mendes (OH)
Meredith Host (MO)
Liz Pechacek (MN)
Lois Aronow (NY)
Birdie Boone (VA)
Melissa Weiss (NC)
Ryan J. Greenheck, Coordinator (PA)
Two-day demonstration and discussion workshop at Sheridan College, just outside Toronto, ON, Canada, hosted by Fusion Clay and Glass Association of Ontario
Kansas City Urban Potters
Mother's Day weekend 2017 | Kansas City MO
FRI May 12 5pm - 8pm
SAT May 13 10am - 5pm
SUN May 14 10am - 4pm
KC Urban Potters are Erica Iman, Alex Watson, Meredith Host, Jana Evans, Chandra DeBuse, Rain Harris and Paul Donnelly
Invited Artists are Diane Kenney, Louis Reilly, Birdie Boone, Tyler Lotz, Tara Dawley and Ben Carter
Contextures: Expressive Forms and Sexy Surfaces
This course focuses on content-driven construction and surface explorations as one approach to developing pots that beg to be used. Students with an interest in creating minimal, yet expressive, forms through hand-building processes will work with soft to leather-hard slab construction techniques and investigate surface possibilities through slip and glaze testing. Demonstrations and discussions include pattern development, making bisque ware drape and press molds, and problem solving toward creating/revealing meaning through ceramic materials and processes.
Eight-week Intensive Course
Birdie Boone & Matt Repsher
This pot-centric workshop will focus on guiding students toward a personal aesthetic that reflects their own creative motivations. With an eye toward developing strong interactions between form and surface, demonstrations and discussions will include design and construction of minimal forms through wheelthrowing and handbuilding. We’ll also cover pattern development, making simple molds, using slips, carving, and glaze color and surface development. We’ll work primarily with mid-range dark stonewares and electric kiln firing. All levels.
Birdie: Studio artist; teaching: Emory & Henry College (VA), Worcester Center for Crafts (MA), Anderson Ranch (CO), Haystack (ME), Idyllwild Arts (CA); representation: Northern Clay Center (MN); shows: American Pottery Festival (MN), Art of the Pot (TX).
Matt: Studio artist; teaching: Indiana University, University of New Mexico, Pocosin Arts (NC); shows: Smithsonian Craft Show (DC), American Pottery Festival (Minneapolis), Art of the Pot (TX).
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The Well-Rounded Pot: Handbuilt Forms and Color Investigations
Go beyond addressing utility, discover how to include subtle metaphoric or allegoric cues that are paramount to making ‘well-rounded’ pots that beg to be used. You will investigate the ways ceramic materials and processes can be used to initiate sensory experiences. Work with soft to leather-hard slab construction techniques and investigate surface possibilities via glaze color testing as a means to create minimal yet expressive forms using handbuilding processes. Concentrate on simplicity of form, the care of your touch, and formal (technical and aesthetic) decisions that serve your intentions. Demonstrations and discussions will include paper pattern development, making simple greenware and bisqueware drape and press molds with mica clay, glaze color development, and problem-solving toward creating and revealing meaning through ceramic materials and processes. You can expect to leave with new templates, clay drape and press molds, fired glaze tests, bisque-fired pots that inform your current work or lead to new directions, and a few glaze-fired pieces.
if this changes we will be sure to make an announcement!
3 DAY INTENSIVE HANDS ON CLASS WITH BIRDIE BOONE
June 17, 18, 19 10 - 4pm
This class is geared toward someone with basic skills -- late beginner to advanced. Please email us any questions.
During this 3 day workshop, Birdie will demonstrate her hand building methods, share what motivates her own formal and technical decisions, and lead discussions on how ceramic materials and processes can 'follow' meaning/metaphor. Participants will learn to make hand building aids/tools including bisqueware/greenware bullet molds, hump molds and simple 1 or 2 piece press molds. During hands-on portions of the workshop, do everything from designing forms and creating paper templates to designing prototypes (and making the molds) for press-molded objects such as spouts, handles, and feet. Birdie will also present an introduction to color development in glazes.
325.00 includes personal instruction, snacks and beverages. + $25.00 material fee due on the first day of the workshop.
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Representation by the NORTHERN CLAY CENTER at the NCECA GALLERY EXPO | KC CONVENTION CENTER
a selection of recent work available here
NEVICA PROJECT Pop Up Gallery at 2011 Baltimore Ave, KC, MO 64108 (right across street from Leedy Voulkos Art Center/Sherry Leedy Gallery).
cups available here
100 ARTISTS/1000 CUPS by THE CLAY STUDIO of PHILADELPHIA at the NCECA GALLERY EXPO | KC CONVENTION CENTER
10 cups available (one at a time)
CERAMIC CUP EXHIBITION
8 Fluid Ounces is one of the most popular and enthusiastically anticipated exhibitions at the LSU School of Art Glassell Gallery. Every other spring, over 100 completely unique cups arrive and hundreds of visitors come to the gallery to handle, peruse, and purchase treasures created by artists from across the U.S. (Curator) Ayumi Horie chose 17 artists to participate in the 7th exhibition.
Participating artists include: Adam Greutzmacher, Beth Lo, Birdie Boone, Brett Freundly, Brian Jones, Darcy Chenoweth, Holly Walker, Kat and Roger, Klai Brown, Kyla Toomey, Lauren Gallaspy, Matt Kelleher, Matthew Levi Jorgenson, Mike Helke, Sanam Emami, Shoko Teruyama, Susan Dewsnap, and, of course, Ayumi Horie.
A reception will be held Thursday, February 4, from 6 to 8 p.m.